MAGAZINE BLOG

What Every TMX Landowner Needs To Know About Construction Monitors

Don’t let the federal fox guard your henhouse.

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Is Ottawa at War With Its Own Citizens?

Laws attacking energy are an attack on property rights and are more destructive than bombs.

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Little Pink House

This drama about regular people fighting against political and corporate interests that want to take their property will be all too familiar to landowners.

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MAGAZINE BLOG

New Friends, New Pipe and New Challenges

Despite doom and gloom around energy transport in Canada, there is good news on the horizon for pipeline landowners.

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Want Trans Mountain Expanded at Any Price?

Be careful what you wish for, because taxpayers will be eating the expanding costs of TMX.

By Robyn Allan

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CAEPLA BLOG

Trans Mountain, Enbridge Line 3 Make Progress Amid Regulatory Uncertainty

Canada’s oil and gas pipeline industry has been facing changes on the regulatory front.

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CAEPLA BLOG

Canada’s oil bust has left thousands of orphan wells, and not enough money for cleanup

Orphan wells are indeed a problem. One created by an incompetent regulatory regime.

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Don’t Want TMX Built? Be careful what you wish for…

  “Without a new pipeline, with new technology, what will you be left with?”

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MAGAZINE BLOG

Were Farmers the First Property Rights Revolutionaries?

New research reveals a surprising relationship between farmers and the invention of property rights.

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CAEPLA BLOG

Supreme Court will not hear Trans Mountain pipeline expansion appeal cases

OTTAWA -- The Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project has cleared another legal hurdle.

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